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Requested to pls let me know an NGO in Gurgaon is eligible to pay Labour Welfare Fund and if yes what all formalities needs to be done to pay that amount to Labour Welfare Dept Haryana.
Surender Rawat

Dear Rawat,
Labour Welfare Fund is a State subject. the rules relating to it differs from state to state. Therefore for better understanding please contact the District Labour Welfare fund Inspector of your area. In Kerala, there are a number of welfare funds available each to look after separate industry. The case may not be similar in your area. Let us also hope to have more replies to this thread.

Dear Rawat.
As per my knowledge Factory Manager / Ocupier to liable payable to Labour Welfare Fund is as under:
Rs. 5/ per person Employee share & Rs. 10/- per person Employers Share,
Then make a list of all employee and make a DD or cheque issue to Welfare commissioner, Haryana.
Please confirm the Revised rate of Welfare fund from state.
If any help regarding this please call 09878658144.

Dear Manoj
The welfare rates for Haryana mentioned by you is correct.
Emplyee Contribution is 5 INR/PM and Employer Contribution is 10 INR/PM.
And Employer need to send quarterly return to the welfare office , Chandigarh (Haryana) CC to local walfare office.Jan-March , April-June, July-Sep.,Oct.-Dec.

Hi, Requested to pls suggest me how to file return of the payment of labour welfare fund in Gurgaon and which form is to be submitted?
Dear Member,
If your unit is covered and registered under applicable Punjab Shops & Commercial Establishment or Factories Act then you can upload the LWFC by online system. If not possible due to technical difficulties then submit the amount as per attached letter format.

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File Type: doc Letter for sending LWFC.doc (35.5 KB, 156 views)

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